8K, 8ct or 333 (parts per 1000) or is 33.3% gold (usually European. Not
recognized in USA. The lowest possible standard. Will tarnish sometimes); 9K,
9ct or 375 ...
333, 8 carat; minimum standard for gold in Germany after 1884. Hallmarks.
Beyond just telling you the karat purity of the piece, the jewelry stamp will often
333/8ct. 33,3 %. Other components are mostly copper, silver, nickel. Depending
on the respective percentages, yellow gold, red gold or white gold is formed.
333 parts of 1000. It means the gold content is one third of the total content.
A hallmark is a mark or number of marks, made on gold, silver or platinum
jewellery or plate to ... Fineness ranges from 333/1000 to 999/1000 (8-24 carat).
May 30, 2015 ... 333. 8K Gold. 375. 9K Gold. 416 or 417. 10K Gold. 500. 12K Gold ... Other Gold
and Silver Markings and Stamps: Hallmarks and Maker Marks.
Look for numbers in the hundreds, such as “333,” which is 8k or about 33 percent
... Look for other hallmarks or stamps that indicate plated gold, such as “HGE,” ...
These items include gold and silver jewelry, gold rings, broken gold watches,
gold and ... .917 means 22K .585 means 14K .417 means 10K .375 means 9K .
For estate jewelers and jewelry historians, hallmarks provide for an extra source
of information to accurately date a jewelry object and determine by whom it was ...
May 6, 2010 ... Buying antique or vintage jewelry means first figuring out what it is, where and
when it was made, and by whom. That's why the first thing an ...